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Free craigslist stuff is so fun! Today, a nice koi pond dude let me take a bucket full of his pond floating plants. I don't think I have those tropical requirements and my goldies like to nibble the roots right before feeding time, so I won't be expecting these to be permanent tank plants. Has anyone ever had luck with water hyacinth and water lettuce indoors? IF it lasts longer, I hope it helps my green dust algae problem! (My tank is by the eastern window) Plants: 22 anubias nana. (covered in green dust algae, unfortunately) 16 water lettuce of varied sizes 5 clumps of water hyacinth Lighting: 39W LED (the floating plants prevents the LED's from stressing my fish! How fun!) Animals: Nerite snail Peachos the comet Lorenzo the common And here's a closer picture: http://i46.tinypic.com/30d8qom.jpg
Hello, all! This summer, I have been testing out my first plant... Anubias nana from PetSmart. The plant looks great ever since I added micronutrient supplement, and it even sprouted a few extra leaves. Plus, my goldies aren't shredding up the Marimo moss ball I tossed in there last week. But one little Anubias nana and a moss ball looks super drab in a 40 gallon!!! I decided to go ahead and order some lights off Amazon, so I can grow plants even in the shady side of the tank. Does anyone know of a good place to buy bulk Anubias online? (or is planting 7 little Anubias at once a bad idea?) I'm also eyeing this big thing of driftwood for more vertical decor that I can attach my moss/plants to: http://www.amazon.com/Zoo-Med-African-Mopani-Jumbo/dp/B000KH9S8I/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top So far, I can't find any driftwood that is as big as this^. I'm also not as thrilled to know about the very strong "tea" tint that comes with the wood. Can anybody shed some light to alternative driftwood suppliers or solutions?